Quiet acceptance of accent discrimination damages efforts to make classrooms more inclusive, says Katerina Loukopoulou
Academic casts doubt on universities’ spin-off success and impact on SMEs
Chair of review into research excellence framework also defends decision to have steering committee dominated by Russell Group
Computing, maths and business management in line for ‘rationalisation’ as spending cuts hit institution
Universities fear new higher education bill will force reclassification
Eversheds partner says that link-ups could span borders in the UK and overseas
Interim vice-chancellor Graham Upton reveals plan to turn around Welsh university
Universities raise concerns over ‘lessening autonomy’ as government sets out requirements for higher education governing bodies
Legislation leaves door open to have elections for governing body chairs
Glyndwr University’s new interim vice-chancellor Graham Upton has said the troubled institution is “on course for financial stability” despite a turbulent few years.
Announcement from Hefcw also shows hit to overall sector support for part-time and postgraduate teaching
Review group to reconvene over future of higher education in North Wales
Welsh universities need 600 more additional academics in STEMM subjects to get their ‘fair’ share of research cash
Queen’s v-c speaks out amid plans to axe 236 staff and reduce student numbers by more than 1,000
Plans to axe 236 jobs and reduce student numbers by more than 1,000 have been announced by Queen’s University Belfast
Scotland’s universities have committed to achieving gender balance among the independent members of their governing bodies.
Scottish universities have investments of nearly £16 million in oil, coal and gas extraction, and £3 million in the arms industry
The post-study work visa should be reinstated in Scotland, a report by a working group set up by the country’s devolved government has found.